Eating Disorders Journal Articles

 
 
  • International Evidence-Based Guideline for PCOS The development of an international evidence-based guideline will provide consistency in the assessment and management of women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
  • Pharmacy Student Knowledge, Attitudes Toward Medical Cannabis Do pharmacy students feel they are sufficiently prepared to dispense medical cannabis? This study examined not only student knowledge regarding cannabis, but also their confidence in that knowledge.
  • Palliative Care in Intensive Care Units This review provides anesthesiologists and intensivists an overview of the aims, current evidence and practical advice about the application of palliative care in the ICU.
  • Health Care Costs, Food Insecurity, and Chronic Conditions How does lack of access to sufficient and nutritious food impact health care costs for older adults with chronic conditions?
  • Physician's Role When a Patient Discloses IPV Perpetration What action should a physician take if a patient discloses perpetrating intimate partner violence?
  • Sex-Based Differences in Common Sports Injuries In what ways do the presentations and treatment outcomes differ between males and females who have sustained sports injuries?
  • Fosaprepitant and Aprepitant for CINV in Children Aprepitant and fosaprepitant have been approved for use in pediatric patients for the prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
  • Rhabdomyolysis and AKI Following Atorvastatin-Gemfibrozil This case report demonstrates that severe rhabdomyolysis due to statins with or without fibrates may occur with few clinical symptoms and signs, even many weeks after discontinuation of therapy.
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Review of Treatment Options This article summarizes the latest in nonpharmacologic treatment options and drug therapy for irritable bowel syndrome. What should be the initial approach to management?
  • New Horizons in Systemic Anti-cancer Therapy in Older People What are the specific challenges faced by older persons with regards to systemic anti-cancer therapy, and how can we improve cancer therapeutics for this population?
  • Aripiprazole-induced Sleep-related Eating Disorder This case of sleep-related eating disorder in a patient taking aripiprazole for depression suggests that this disorder should be considered as a potential side effect of this drug.
  • Binge Eating and Compensatory Behaviors in Adolescence This study aimed to describe the prevalence and natural course of binge eating, purging, compensatory exercise, and fasting across the early and mid-adolescent years for both girls and boys.
  • Medical Marijuana Use in Older Adults When is medical marijuana appropriate for use in older adults? This article reviews the evidence regarding indications for and risks of medical marijuana in this population.
  • Two Rare CNS Complications of Dengue Fever The two cases described in this report underscore the need to be aware of rare but important central nervous system manifestations of dengue fever.
  • Artemether-Lumefantrine for Malaria in Pregnant Women These new CDC recommendations suggest artemether-lumefantrine as an option for treatment of uncomplicated malaria in pregnant women during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy.
  • Telbivudine to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HBV Does telbivudine in women with positive HBeAg prevent HBV transmission to the fetus--and is it safe to use in the third trimester?
  • Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking When and for whom is voluntary stopping of eating and drinking appropriate? How can associated symptoms be managed? Review counseling as well as ethical and legal considerations in this article.
  • Migraine and Yawning How common is repetitive yawning during migraine attacks? Is there an association between yawning and other migraine symptoms?
  • The Use of Antidepressants in Oncology Review practical guidance for commonly used antidepressants in patients with cancer.
  • Gemcitabine Plus Sirolimus for Osteosarcoma The combination of gemcitabine and sirolimus may be a safe and effective option for patients with relapsed unresectable osteosarcoma.